Easter at Astrup Fearnley Museet

Posted to Events, General, The Collection with 1 images on 07.04.2017, 08:11 by Susanne Roald with

Are you spending Easter in Oslo? Visit Astrup Fearnley Museet during the holidays!
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'Europe, Europe' opening speech

Posted to Events, Exhibitions with 1 images on 08.10.2014, 10:12 by Renate Thorbjørnsen with

Wednesday September 17th opened our major exhibition of young European contemporary art, 'Europe, Europe'. The exhibition was officially opened by the director of Fritt Ord Foundation, Knut Olav Åmås. Read his opening speech.
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Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree

Posted to Events, General with 2 images on 05.12.2013, 15:15 by Renate Thorbjørnsen with

"All my works are in a form of a wish. Carry on thinking about a wish, participating at the same time." -Yoko Ono
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Cindy Sherman film programme at Cinemateket in Oslo!

Posted to Events, General, Exhibitions with 1 images on 13.05.2013, 12:23 by Gard with

A filmprogramme with films selected by Cindy Sherman is shown at Cinemateket in Oslo in May & June. The programme is made in conjunction with the exhibition that is currently taking place at the Museum.
See the programme here

Posted to Events, Bildeblogg with 6 images on 13.05.2013, 09:25 by Ida with

On the 5th of May The Childrens art club Rasmus made Land Art outside of the Astrup Fearnley Museum.
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L’EUROPE DES ARTISTES

Posted to Events, Exhibitions, Torsdagsarrangement with 1 images on 17.12.2012, 13:16 by Gard with

"L’Europe des Artistes" is a cultural project on an unprecedented scale: this is a multi-faceted research project unfolding into conferences, events, exhibitions, and publications, dedicated to young contemporary European artists. It is designed and developed in close collaboration, and over several years, by major European art institutions: Astrup Fearnley Museet in Oslo, Beyeler Foundation in Basel, LVHMs Foundation for Contemporary Art in Paris, and by the curator Hans Ulrich Obrist.
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